Nov 17th 2010 1:11PM For those who like acoustic, this is an earlier version of the same song:
Jul 9th 2010 1:49PM Big pillow boobies make me yell ........ MOTORBOAT! ppppppppppppppppppppppppfffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffpppppppppppppppp
Sorry, all my brain could do the entire video.
Apr 15th 2010 6:08PM I just made dinner in 3in knee high stilettos and my hands smell like meatloaf. If there isn't already a fetish for this, there needs to be.
Oh yeah, and zomg mount.
Mar 22nd 2010 12:21PM I love this video! It clearly doesn't take itself seriously, and it's absolutely tongue-in-cheek hilarious.
Feb 10th 2010 6:43PM Feel free to send suggestions for wow movies. There's a link right in the post for that.
Jan 19th 2010 8:45AM yes, yes, yes, yes, did I mention, yes?
Jan 13th 2010 1:57PM That was awesome.
And I loved the Chippendale dancers too!
Jan 13th 2010 8:38AM It's a pet-peeve of mine to see videos where the author puts a great deal of time and care into a work, only to have the first 20 comments here on wow.com be "OMFG BELFS VID SUX CULDN'T WATCH." I appreciate your well thought out response on the matter, Dreyja, and wish others could use as much tact in expressing their view. I appreciate your view.
For myself, I still stand by whatever choice the author wishes to make stylistically. Are there situations where if a different race was used it may have added to the work, absolutely, but on the whole, I would rather see what their vision was, regardless of what character models used.
In this video, the only blood elves were the lead singer and her man. The rest of the characters were not, so for me it didn't feel like the author was cramming us with belfs.
For my own work, the series I work on contains a number of belfs, and I felt other races in those roles would detract from the image I was creating. Where other races, I felt, fit better, they were used. Sometimes, imo, trying to diversify too much can be a distraction in itself.
Sorry to the author for contributing to the hijacking of (yet another) moviewatch comment section with the OMGBELF discussion.
Jan 12th 2010 4:07PM I liked it a lot. Why do people care so much about what toons are used? Why does it matter? It seems like an extremely artifical (and dare I say, crowd influenced) way to judge a machinima. If you want to see more models for other races, like humans, or trolls, tell Blizzard to update their textures and animations because Belf and Draenei animations far surpass the others. I'm sure goblin and worgen will look pretty badass with their brand new models too; its the benefit and curse of being created more recently by Blizzard.
In this case, the bloodelf model worked for the song as well. This was a great job, regardless of whether it was the first or tenth machinima. Looking forward to more.